Make track­ers stan­dard

Motorcycle News (UK) - - THIS WEEK -

Fur­ther to the let­ter you pub­lished in MCN, Novem­ber 30, re­gard­ing track­ers, I thought I would share my views on these clever de­vices. I con­cur with the writer, failing to un­der­stand why all own­ers of valu­able mo­tor­cy­cles do not fit a tracker. Fur­ther­more, I am at a loss as to why man­u­fac­tur­ers do not fit them as stan­dard. The ben­e­fits in re­spect of stolen bikes is self-ex­plana­tory in that the poor soul who had their bike stolen, is in many cases re­united with it. An added bonus is a col­lec­tion of stolen bikes may be dis­cov­ered at the thieves’ hide­out. In terms of safety, one of the func­tions of a tracker, cer­tainly the Au­to­com unit I fit­ted to my sports­bike, is a lo­ca­tion check which en­ables your wife, part­ner, girl­friend or fam­ily mem­ber to know at any time where you are on a bik­ing trip/ad­ven­ture. Andy M, Southamp­ton

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